There are 11 official standard time zones in Russia. This country has the most number of time zones within contiguous territory and does not observe the Daylight Saving Time (DST), not changing clocks ahead and back.
- UTC+02:00 Kaliningrad Time Zone includes the westernmost region called Kaliningrad Oblast.
- UTC+03:00 Moscow Time Zone (MSK) is the most populous one, encompassing 52 federal subjects in the European part of Russia. There are situated such the widely known tourist places like Moscow, Saint Petersburg and the ancient towns of the Golden Ring.
- UTC+04:00 Samara Time Zone covers 2 regions, Samara Oblast and Udmurtia.
- UTC+05:00 Yekaterinburg Time comprises 9 federal subjects, located to the east of the Ural mountains.
- UTC+06:00 Omsk Time Zone includes totally 5 regions in the southwestern part of Siberia.
- UTC+07:00 Krasnoyarsk Time Zone covers 4 regions in the south of Siberia.
- UTC+08:00 Irkutsk Time Zone includes 3 federal subjects in the southeastern part of Siberia around the famous Baikal Lake.
- UTC+09:00 Yakutsk Time Zone stretches along the entire Amur Oblast and the western part of Sakha (Yakutia) Republic.
- UTC+10:00 Vladivostok Time Zone encompasses 5 regions in the Far East and the central part of Sakha (Yakutia) Republic.
- UTC+11:00 Srednekolymsk Time Zone comprises the western part of the Sakha (Yakutia) and entire the North Kuril Islands.
- UTC+12:00 Kamchatka Time Zone covers the most eastern areas of Russia, called Chukotka and Kamchatka Krai, bordering with Alaska (USA) and Japan.
The Moscow time (MSK) is widely used for broadcasting and train schedule across the country, that's why along with the UTC offset we also mention the offset from the Moscow time for different locations in Russia.
No Daylight Saving Time (DST) in 2015
See, in what time zones are located the major cities of Russia, including the capital, Moscow, the regional capitals (are in bold), the largest metropolises, tourist places and other important locations.